Dr. Carol Reynolds is a musicologist and arts educator. She served as professor of Music History at Southern Methodist University from 1985 to 2006 and directed SMU’s Study-in Germany program. After retiring to a ranch, she started designing fine-arts curricula for high-schoolers and adults.  In 2009, she published an unprecedented multimedia course entitled Discovering Music: 300 Years of Interaction in Western Music, Arts, History, and Culture .  In 2011 she released a program coveringAmerican arts, literature, and history from the Puritans to 1951 and is now creating a course on the history of Sacred Music from Jewish Liturgy to 1600. For decades she has created educational material for organizations like the Van Cliburn Foundation, The Dallas Symphony, Kimball Museum, Fort Worth and Dallas Operas, San Francisco Wagner Society, Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, the Amon Carter Museum of American Art, and the Davidson Institute.  She is a speaker for Smithsonian Voyages and gives talks at educational conferences across the United States.